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Public Service Announcement

Greetings Stanwood, Warm Beach, Kackman, Bryant, Freeborn, Stillaguamish, and Arlington area residents. I would like to let all of you know that SNOCOM (Snohomish County Communications- 911 Dispatchers) has begun a re-launch of the Smart-911 program.

If you are unfamiliar with Smart-911, it is a program in which you can create a profile that links with 911 dispatchers to provide critical information when a 911 call is placed (Based on your profile & telephone number) Items such as access codes, key locations, telephone numbers, contact info, etc. are securely stored to your profile and are easily accessed during an emergency.

For more detailed information and the ability to sign up online, the link to the Smart-911 home page is located here: https://www.smart911.com

Have a great day and stay safe.

North County Regional Fire Authority, known as "North County Fire & EMS," provides fire suppression and emergency medical service to 25,000 people over 110 square miles, including the City of Stanwood. More than 70 emergency personnel respond to approximately 4,200 calls per year. North County Fire & EMS is debt-free, operates under a balanced budget and has passed all its independent audits by the state.

Vision Statement
North County Fire/EMS provides premier medical services, fire, and all-hazard emergency response to reduce risk and enhance the health, welfare, and preparedness of our entire community.

  • Values
    • Integrity - We take personal ownership of all facets of the organization and service we provide to the community, in an honest and trustworthy manner.
    • Excellence - We are committed to professionalism, progressive leadership, and fiscal responsibility.
    • Communication - We provide clear, transparent, and open communication.
    • Innovation - We continuously seek effective ways to carry out our mission.
    • Family - We believe in the importance of family, both personally and professionally.

Current Information

Fire Chief John Cermak

Fire Chief John Cermak

Fire Chief John Cermak welcomes the opportunity to provide a 15-30 minute presentation to local groups and organizations about the fire district and answer questions.

If you'd like to arrange for a presentation, please contact:

Chief Cermak @ 

360-629-2184 or E-Message

First Aid & CPR Classes


Next 3 Classes

Anyone can learn CPR & First Aid and everyone should!! . . .

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Fire Academy


Next Academy: 2021-01

Starts: February - 2021


We offer two Fire Academies per year. The first academy class usually starts in the first quarter of the year. with the second one starting in the fourth quarter of the year.

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Outdoor Burning Information

Outdoor Burning Allowed

To view additional outdoor burning information, to include alternative to outdoor burning, click on the "Learn More" button below.

Please remember to burn responsibly, be considerate of your neighbors, and to burn in accordance to all applicable burn regulations.

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